Simply having insulation isn't enough—as you may have experienced if your home still manages to roast you, freeze you, and generate high utility bills. If you're insulation isn't pulling its weight, here are three possible reasons why. 1. The Materials Aren't Efficient Enough All insulating materials are not created equal. If you've been trying to use the wrong type of insulation in a thermally-challenged part of the home such as the attic, then it's little wonder that you're experiencing high energy bills and uncomfortable days. [Read More]
Youth Sports Team Needs A Food Truck? Make One Out Of A Vintage Camper Trailer!
If you are in charge of the concessions stand for your child's team but there is no building available, consider transforming a vintage camper trailer into a food truck with custom cabinetry! All you need is a little imagination, a lot of volunteers, and a fundraiser to help with the costs. Here are a few important steps to repurpose an old camper into a food truck. Find the perfect match [Read More]
4 Ways To Enhance The Curb Appeal And Interior Aesthetics Of Your Manufactured Home
Investing in a manufactured home can provide you with an eco-friendly, energy-efficient and affordable alternative to purchasing a traditionally-built home. However, if you are wary of buying a prefab home because you do not want a cookie-cutter house that is indistinguishable from rows of other mobile homes, there are many ways to customize the structure. The following guide provides you with tips on how to increase the curb appeal of your prefab house and make it a more a distinct and unique dwelling. [Read More]
Do Good When Demolishing Your 1800S Home By Reusing And Recycling
Watching a historic house that's become a local landmark and a place you called home be reduced to a pile of rubble is sad. If you own an 1800s home that needs to be demolished though, you also have an opportunity to do good. Many parts of an older home can be reclaimed, reused or recycled. Hiring a green demolition team that will take time to sort and salvage parts of your home won't dry every tear, but knowing that pieces of your home will have a second life might help you through this tumultuous time. [Read More]